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2015-2016 Cape Cod Waves Try-Outs

Please  register for try-outs at ydyouthhockey.com

$50 non-refundable try-out fee due at try-out (checks payable to YDYH)

for questions contact Wendy Veara at

ydwdirectorofgirlshockey@gmail.com

GIRLS HOCKEY ON CAPE COD

We are a non-profit organization providing the finest girls hockey training on Cape Cod. On this site you can find information on how to join, teams, schedules, pictures and more.

The Cape Cod Waves Girls Ice Hockey Program was established as a non-profit organization in 1996. Our organization is committed to excellence in girls ice hockey. We encourage players to develop and compete at their highest level.

The Waves provide opportunity to be challenged, experience the camaraderie of organized team sports, and develop skills that will help them pursue playing hockey at the high school, prep-school, and college levels.

REGISTER WITH USA HOCKEY

All players and volunteers MUST register with USA Hockey online for the 2014-2015 season no later than August 15, 2014. Go to www.usahockeyregistration.com

SOCIAL MEDIA

As you can see to the right, we have established a Twitter account @CapeCodWaves1. The Waves also have an official Facebook page as well at CapeCod.Waves.3 ( www.facebook.com/capecod.waves.3 ). Please like, follow, friend, etc. We used social media during the tournament for the first time, and it was pretty successful. We will use social media for quick news updates and game scores throughout the year.


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Thanks you,

Cape Cod Waves


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